Two Inter-lux Products Win Gold Awards In Worldwide Competition

by | Jul 27, 2021 | What's New

Baltimore, MD, USA – July 27, 2021 – Whitegoods 20 Linear Perimeter and Box Cove 2 both named Gold winners in the 2021 GRANDS PRIX DU DESIGN Awards.

Two Inter-lux/Whitegoods products earned top honors in the 14th edition of the GRANDS PRIX DU DESIGN Awards in the Industrial Design: Lighting category. Gold winners are eligible to become Grand Prize winners and those winners will be announced on October 20, 2021.

Box Cove 2 is a square-fronted, continuous linear indirect luminaire specially-designed to mount to any wall surface, including interior window mullions. It provides illumination to meeting rooms, corridors and other areas in a discreet and minimal package.

20 Linear Perimeter is a unique solution created to help designers achieve a continuous perimeter illuminated detail while lighting a space. It can be specified and provided in any length and arrives at the jobsite pre-engineered and ready to install.

Both of these products have been recognized in previous award programs. 20 Linear Perimeter was shortlisted in the 2020 Lighting Design Awards and Box Cove 2 received an Honorable Mention in the 2020 LIT Awards.

“We strive to design, engineer and deliver the most innovative and effective tools for lighting. Thank you for this honor.” says Mark DeVries, CEO.

The GRANDS PRIX DU DESIGN Awards celebrates the work of creators who enhance the quality of our lives and of the built environment. An international jury of experienced designers, architects, professors, entrepreneurs, journalists and publishers evaluated the excellence of the products and projects submitted.

About Inter-lux
Inter-lux designs and manufactures the Whitegoods brand in North America, and distributes Whitegoods through its network of highly-trained independent sales representatives. Whitegoods products address the need for minimalist lighting tools that are easy to specify, install and maintain. Luminaires by Whitegoods blend perfectly with adjoining surfaces to create integrated lighting schemes with one unified style and maximum efficiency of design. Learn more at